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KPA1B2 SparkPoints: (57,127)
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10/9/13 8:47 P

I put ice in my wine & sip it slowly. It keeps it cold and dilutes it. I allow for a glass of wine most nights.

JCOW84 SparkPoints: (7,910)
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10/9/13 8:43 P

Just make sure you measure you wine in a shot glass or something first so it's not a "wine glass" glass, lol.

NUTZABOUTTENNIS Posts: 17
10/9/13 9:54 A

That sounds very refreshing, I'm gonna have to try it. Thanks!

OUTDOORGAL1 SparkPoints: (12,256)
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10/9/13 9:23 A

Orange flavored vodka with soda water and an orange slice. Slightly sweet, but not too much.

Edited by: OUTDOORGAL1 at: 10/9/2013 (09:23)
ALBERTJON SparkPoints: (3,133)
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10/9/13 7:02 A

I have often read that for a typical adult one-two beers or one-two glasses of wine daily can actually be healthy. I don't know that I have ever read that drinking hard alc. is healthy, though.

So enjoy your wine.

CORTNEY-LEE SparkPoints: (58,051)
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10/8/13 11:35 P

There are nights I leave room for a glass or wine (or two) in my calorie range.

I buy Franzia Chianti and it is 95 calories per 5oz.

www.franzia.com/faq-nutrition.shtml

J2740LOU SparkPoints: (223,690)
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10/8/13 10:58 P

Yes, have your 4 oz. glass of wine, but make sure you log it in your nutrition tracker.

A1HOTDOG Posts: 75
10/8/13 9:00 P

drink up. one four ounce glass.

MLAN613 SparkPoints: (174,547)
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10/8/13 8:50 P

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I sometimes have a glass of wine with dinner or a beer, maybe two. I hope you found something to savor and enjoy.

DANCEMOM1970 SparkPoints: (29,707)
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10/8/13 12:08 A

I like a few glasses of wine on occasion too. I'll usually plan for it to fit into my calorie range. So far, it works for me. :-)

KMUZZY1 SparkPoints: (3,863)
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10/7/13 8:39 P

I know what you mean! On the weekend, I love to have a drink or a glass of wine to unwind. Wine is pretty low calorie, even for a couple glasses. Maybe sneak in an extra little workout to burn off at least half the calories? I try to do this now and see the wine as my treat.

MC0387 SparkPoints: (1,824)
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10/4/13 5:20 P

Can you maybe have one drink and finish it slowly? Wine is fairly low-calorie- a glass shouldn't be too tough to fit in your meal plan (about 100 calories).

CTONYAN Posts: 70
10/4/13 5:15 P

Here it is Friday, and I would love to drink a couple of cocktails or a glass of wine..It's gonna be a challenge tonight! Any suggestions?

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